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Posted on 1998-12-18
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How can I print some string in VB text box to Crystal Report ? I want to do the following report:
1)My title in the report is the string inside object Text1.
2)I've made a query of selecting people born between Oct, 1970 and Dec, 1985. How to show this two dates in my report heading?

N.B.:I don't want to store this string into a database first.

Thanks

Henry
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You can have a parameter field set so that the heading can be accepted as a parameter
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by:Inteqam
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you can insert a formule field in the report , and then pass the text you want to the report at run time.

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by:HenryChanE
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Thanks a lot !
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by:Inteqam
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did you tried my solution ?

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